Steeped in history with immaculately preserved original features throughout, this historic Cotswold style residence was built by Bronxville’s renowned architect Lewis Bowman in 1924. Originally designed as his office and studio, the property is adorned by extensive stonework, original ironwork and a walled courtyard garden designed by Timothy Tilghman of Untermyer Gardens. The home has been tastefully updated with luxurious bathrooms and a country kitchen while preserving the richness and authenticity of the original. The spectacular living room, with its soaring vaulted ceiling, is one of several rooms with exposed beams, beautiful millwork, and magnificent leaded windows. The sunlit den, adjacent to an elegant dining room with fireplace, enjoys peaceful garden views, as does the family room with walls of built-ins for books, computer stations, and media. Live in modern luxury surrounded by history: a very special and significant Bronxville Village home.
Updated on July 6, 2021 at 5:41 pm